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English abstract

Av: Cecilie Boge, Førsteamanuensis, Universitetet i Bergen (2019)

Until the second half of the 1960s, children’s relations caught little attention among adults and science as such. This changed dramatically when the concept of “mobbing” was introduced around 1970. Today, “mobbing” or bullying, is an acknowledged problem in schools all over the world, and has spurred prevention programs and a successful field of research. Through studies of historical sources, such as research literature, newspapers and political documents from the early 1970s and onward, this article shows how bullying research developed in the intersection between science and politics. Norwegian research on bullying developed into a specific way of knowing known as technoscience, characterised by research on bullying, development of prevention programs and evaluation studies on the effects of these programs. A specific feature of this development is a reciprocal influence that both researchers and politicians benefitted from.    Redaktør: Beate Steinkjer

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